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cameras at least here lined up for the state police and the newtown police officials to come out and update us on the very latest that they know. we also know a little bit more detail from the librarian at sandy hook elementary school. she says the kids and the teen teachers were prepared on what they could overhear over the intercom. she talked a few moments ago on what she did to keep kids safe during the shooting spree. listen. >> everybody does what they have to do when confronted in a situation like that. and everybody that we practiced it, and they knew what to do, and you just think about protecting the kids and just doing the right thing. >> reporter: how long did you practice this? >> we have lockdown drills. i don't remember how many, but there are rules to have a certain number a year. so the kids know the routine. everyone has a spot in the room where they are supposed to go to. >> reporter: can you describe that space for us? >> in the library it is between a couple bookcases with no windows. we went into a back storage room and locked the kids in there. >> reporter:
taken lives are now household names, columbine, aurora and now newtown. our second amendment rights may be inked on the most important document this country has, its intention was not -- was to protect, not to hurt or kill innocent people. for all you gun lovers, i get it. i grew up in iowa, shot my first gun with my grandpa when i was 8 years old. i get it. i am saying it's time to talk about what makes us the gun culture that we are. jeff toobin is cnn legal analyst and christian am pan pour is also here, abc's global affairs anchor. this is rooted in the second amendment, jeff. you say it will be determined as much by politics as by law. is gun culture driving politics, politics driving gn culture? does it change? does the second amendment change from here? >> it sure does. the second amendment itself has not changed more than 200 years. but the interpretation of the second amendment has changed dramatically. for more than 100 years, the interpretation was that state militias, that mysterious first clause, they were the only ones who had the right to bear and keep arms. in 2008 the s
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